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General Airplay


Good for general airplay anytime of the day to be enjoyed by all ages. Mix these tracks with your tried and true collection to showcase fresh new Australian music.


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Sol Nation - Sun Comes Up     World, Reggae, Ska 28/10/2016
Cooked Upbeats and Spicy Rhythms
Sun Comes Up is a Ska/Reggae song that talks about life and uniting people no matter who or where you from. Its about loving life and having a party till the Sun Comes Up.

Other tracks by Sol Nation:  Like it Like This  -  Spread the Word
Dubmarine - Solar Flare Fire     Reggae/Dub, Electronic 28/09/2016
Dancehall, Reggae, Dub, DnB
Dub stepping and heavy synth.

Hemingway - Soulfood     Reggae/Dub, Funk, Electronic 28/09/2016
Psych - Reggae - Dub thrown together with horns, tasty guitar licks, hip-hop styled lyrics, dirty bass lines and new eclectic electronic beats. Hemingway. A tasty feast for the soul.
The new single ‘Soulfood’ was first dished up earlier this year and recorded with friend, musician and producer Lyall Moloney. Mixing in drum samples and electronic beats for the first time, band leader Brad, describes the track to include ‘A heavy funk line infused with a hip hop vibe.”


Simon Kelly - Rubbish Radio     Funk/Soul, Psychedelic, Reggae, Roots 23/09/2016
Stir fried singer/songwriter fingers on a percussive bed of psychedelic roots rock reggae.
Rubbish Radio's funk and soul rhythms and upbeat horn lines are juxtaposed against 'humanity is doomed' lyrical content.

Other tracks by Simon Kelly:  You Can Burn All The Flowers (You Can't Stop The Spring)  -  The Good Wife
Sharnae Bergan - My Music     Indigenous 16/09/2016
Sharnae Bergan is a solo artist from NSW.This track is featured on the Young, Black and Deadly - Rising Stars compilation, produced by the Gadigal Music.
This track features vocalist Sharnae Bergan, Johnny Nicol on guitar, John Gauci on piano, Dave Marsalis on drums and Mark Ross on bass.

Dub FX - Fake Paradise     Reggae/Dub, Hip Hop, Rap 26/08/2016
From street performer to worldwide phenomenon, Melbourne's Dub FX explores social, political & spiritual subjects leaving you feeling positive and inspired. Live instrumentation and beat boxing equals a unique sound.
The second track from Dub FX's third album Thinking Clear, Fake Paradise lives up to his reputation for cutting social commentary, suggesting that you should listen to your soul and ignore what society dictates or run the risk of falling slave to what he calls the zombie nation.

8Foot Felix - Mad Isle     Reggae/Dub, Ska, Psychedelic, World 30/07/2016
8Foot Felix is a raucous ball of sea-­soaked ska, funk, gypsy, hip­hop and blues. They draw their audiences into their immersive theatrical world and then set the dancefloor on fire.
Mad Isle has an irresistible island bounce to it that belies its searching lyrics. "The party's getting started..." but a shark-infested sea separates our singer from the action. A tribal rumble takes over from the skank as the absurdity mounts bringing the song to a chaotic climax.

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Other tracks by 8Foot Felix:  Q-Town  -  Underworld Blues
Kinsky - Po-Gangstas     Reggae/Dub 22/07/2016
After their critically acclaimed 2013 debut album Sunset On The Good Fight, Sydney soul roots reggae band Kinsky offer up a new 6 track EP.
The biggest gang in town are looking to stir some trouble. Sniffer dogs at the train station mashing up kids lives. Cops looking like combat troops walk into small bar to shake shit up. Agenda? You bet. 

Other tracks by Kinsky:  Bad For Business  -  Night To Day
Bearfoot - Dreamer     Reggae/Dub, Roots, Rock, Reggae 15/07/2016
We stand for a creative culture. We were born to bring a message to the streets. We come together, our voice as one. We sing together to get this done.
Dreamer expresses an anti-mainstream media sentiment - while we're busy entertained by celebrity nonsense, we're losing focus of the real issues in this world.

Other tracks by Bearfoot:  Could Be Worse  -  One Drop
The Bennies - Burnout City     Reggae/Dub, Rock, Ska 30/06/2016
With a ruthless touring schedule locally and abroad, psychedelic reggae-ska rock band, The Bennies are selling out shows and sparking conversation across the country following the release of Wisdom Machine
‘Burnout City’ speaks of the band's love for their ruthless touring schedule, filled with upbeat reggae rhythms that will get you dancing and an ending that will have you singing until morning.

Other tracks by The Bennies:  Detroit Rock Ciggies
King Tide - Hey Spaceman     Reggae/Dub, Pop, Soul 23/06/2016
The new King Tide single ‘Hey Spaceman” is officially endorsed by Beyondblue - an incredible organisation that provides info and support to help Australians achieve the best mental health possible.
'Hey Spaceman' The brand new track by Sydney's Reggae Royalty - King Tide is out now! This soulful new track is the lead single for what is shaping up to be a killer brand new album from the group later this year. All proceeds to sales support Beyondblue...

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The Mouldy Lovers - Civilized Crossfire     Reggae/Dub, Folk, Ska, Rap 22/06/2016
8-piece concoction of ska, folk, punk and dub - brimming like an overflowing pot of delicious bombastic laksa, pouring sweat and joy on festival grounds.
Written in response to the news that the federal government was sending Australian planes to bomb targets in war-torn Syria, The Mouldy Lovers fashioned their latest musical effort 'Civilized Crossfire' into a vicious critique of the military industrial complex, as well as the weapons manufacturing industry in general.

Dub FX - So Are You     Reggae/Dub, Electronic, Drum 'n' Bass / Jungle, Dub 18/06/2016
Melbourne born Dub FX lived in a van for 6 years performing on street corners worldwide to build an underground fan base rivalling some of the most successful artists today.
'So Are You' is the first taste of the new album, through which he explored new territory’s of the songwriting process, and with jungle grooves, touches on the social impacts of technology in the digital age.

CC the Cat - Free Your Mind     Reggae/Dub, Dub 27/05/2016
Sassy, sexy and bangin’: Brisbane-based party-starters CC The Cat deliver a mash up of roots styles with an earthy honesty and an uplifting feeling, fronted by enigmatic songstress Claire Cottone.
CC the Cat's latest dub-reggae exploration Free Your Mind takes us on a rocket ship to outer-space, inviting listeners to tune out of the dominant paradigm and live according to personal truth and creative expression. Vocal and brass harmonies intertwine with deep bass and reggae rhythms culminating in energetic enlightenment.

Drop Legs - Criminal     World, Hip Hop, Reggae 27/05/2016
Drop Legs is a 7 piece party band that plays a fusion of pumped up Reggae Hip Hop jams. Influenced by their vibrant coastal surrounds, they love to party.
Criminal depicts a story about an ordinary citizen who get caught up in the system for a minor weed offence.

Other tracks by Drop Legs:  750 mL to Paradise  -  Hungover Days (Desmond Cheese Remix)
Claude Hay - Love No More     Reggae/Dub, Roots, Reggae 11/05/2016
'Love No More' returns Claude's music to a rootsier place and intertwines bluesy slide guitar riffs, catchy call-response melodies and reggae grooves.
'Love No More' returns Claude's music to a rootsier place and intertwines bluesy slide guitar riffs, catchy call-response melodies and reggae grooves, as lyrically it counsels a close friend through a divorce.

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Hemingway - Unified     Reggae/Dub, Rock 11/04/2016
Hemingway is a Brisbane four-piece with a tasty blend of Indie, Alternative Rock, Psychedelic, Roots, and Reggae.
“Unified” is signature Hemingway with grooving bass lines, stunning guitar tones, and raw vocals. The track is a bold new release with a strong political message questioning propaganda being fed to the public through the media and encouraging listeners to unite against negativity with compassion.

Caravana Sun - Eye Of The Storm     Blues/Roots, Dub, Rock, Reggae 29/03/2016
Caravana Sun are an eclectic surf/dub/rock fusion outfit. Good vibes and good times
Big fat looping grooves with an upvibe beat

The Dub Captains - The Energizer     Reggae/Dub, Pop 23/03/2016
More Badfinger than Bob Marley, the 13piece band rock effortlessly through a thick gumbo of influences from Beatles-era British pop to Afro-Beat and the Jamaican dance music of their namesake.
'The Energizer' floats along with a summery tropical feel full of perky horns and a pacific island inspired backing vocal until all the instrumentation falls away to a strong female lead and reggae guitar (reminiscent of the likes of NZ luminaries Fat Freddys Drop) and a multi-layered outro.

Other tracks by The Dub Captains:  Fish Guts  -  Daisies and Forget Me Nots
Nattali Rize - Natty Rides Again     Reggae/Dub 18/03/2016
Ask her where she comes from, she’ll tell you “All Directions”. Of mixed global heritage, Nattali Rize, known for her work fronting epic roots band Blue King Brown.
Nattali Rize (of Blue King Brown) collaborates with Julian Marley, son of the late great Bob Marley, on new deep reggae track. Their rare video clip was filmed at Bob Marley’s house and surrounding areas in Kingston Jamaica. This is a first-of-its-kind release for any Australian singer.